Panjshir: As the Taliban started storing up warriors around the rebellious Valley, Ahmad Massoud, the child of the amazing enemy of Taliban authority Ahmad Shah Massoud, said he was expecting dealings however was prepared for war.
Social media shows helicopters reported to have been brought into Valley from nearby Tajikistan
People are united
The people of Panjshir Valley are united. They want to defend, to fight, to resist against any totalitarian regime — Ahmad Massoud, Panjshir Leader
In the midst of reports of battling in the adjoining Baghlan with clashing cases and counter-claims, Panjshir was quiet and planning for the most exceedingly awful.
Taliban representative Zabihullah Mujahid said his powers had retaken Deh Salah and Pul-e-Hesar locale from Resistance 2 in the Baghlan area, close to Panjshir. Web-based media showed helicopters answered to have been brought into Panjshir from adjacent Tajikistan. This would be a significant lift to Resistance2 warriors, yet Collective Security Treaty Organization secretary-general Stanislav Zas said he had no data when inquired as to whether there was an air passageway among Panjshir and Tajikistan for conveying arms to the lone Afghan territory that has stayed outside Taliban control.
Afghanistan’s first Vice-President Amrullah Saleh, who is in the Valley with Massoud, guaranteed his powers had impeded the imperative Salang thruway, however the Taliban said it was influenced quite a bit by. Saleh too recognized that the Taliban had massed powers close to the passageway to Panjshir.
Resolving inquiries on the solidarity of lawmakers of the Panjshir Valley, Massoud answered: “individuals of are particularly joined together. They need to protect, to battle, to oppose against any extremist system.” However, numerous Afghans via online media said they were fatigued of war and the fighting gatherings ought to arrange.
The Massoud-Saleh couple was joined by Yar Mohammad Dostum, the child of Uzbek warlord Abdul Rashid Dostum, who has escaped to Turkey after starting boasting against the Taliban at Mazar-e-Sharif. More significant, the Dostums are perceived to have flown some Mi-35 helicopters and A-29 airplanes to the adjoining Uzbekistan for protection.